They may look like real Canon camera lenses but if you start snapping shots with these, things are going to get blurry. That’s because they’re actually little ceramic shot glasses. Get the set of three from Photojojo and you’ll be sure to get the shot every time.
Vampire stuff, yes. Zombies? Oh, definitely. This gory little stopper ought to keep your red from gushing out all over the floor as you writhe in pain at the sight of your own vital fluid pouring out. Sorry, getting amped for Halloween a little early here. It’s handmade and hand painted. Don’t be scared to support zombie art.
Judgmental types might think that having a collapsible stainless steel shot glass on your keychain is a sign of a little drinking problem. But they’re wrong. The people who are hitting it off the bottle like pirates are the ones with the problem. You’re what is called a professional. (source)
It’s a sad fact that bartenders kinda-sorta need a weapon handy when they’re on the job. Booze plus humans always equals drama, right? For some barkeeps it’s a baseball bat by the sink, for others, a 12-gauge. These artsy bottle openers made from real railroad spikes would also be a great go-to when the shit hits the fan at last call. If you drink at the bars on the other side of the tracks, you understand what we’re saying here.
If you want to survive this summer wedding season, you better get your pre-game in order. The Tailgater is a dual-tap backpack drink dispenser. Read that again if you have to. Yeah, drinks from a backpack. Juicing up your crew with 210 ounces of Four Loko or a vodka/Red Bull mix might just turn your friend’s girlfriend’s sister’s wedding into the most memorable night of the summer.
Maybe now is the time to grant your inner frat boy just one last wish. Call it atonement to the Gods Of Beer. I mean, you’ve played it pretty safe. Good job, normal haircut. Look at this thing. All stainless like a Delorean, pressurized tap. It’s on wheels, man. The thing carries a keg. Grow a set and roll one of these into your life.
Every bottle of booze, wine or spirits you buy should come with a cap. If for some reason it doesn’t or you lost it, you can use this rooster-shaped one. It’s red, it’s elegant, but its name is really all that matters. It’s called the Cock Blocker. The name alone is worth the eight bucks. Isn’t it?
A little Kahlua & milk in the mustache is one thing, but the Dude would not be down for Sombrero rings on the table or spills on the rug. Definitely not the rug. If you want to keep the whole living room tied together, get a stack of letter-press Lebowski paper coasters. No mess, no stress.
Here’s a solid way to chill your shots. Pop these soapstone shot glasses in the freezer for a bit and they’ll be ready when the guests arrive. Milled in Perkinsville, Vermont at the nation’s oldest soapstone workshop, they come in sets of four each holding 2 ounces of your favorite spirit.
One for the road? How about wine for the road? This handmade bike wine rack is constructed with vegetable-tanned leather and brass fasteners for a retro-Euro look that goes great with an afternoon wine buzz. Proudly made in Montreal and adjustable to fit 3 sizes of bottles.